Westminster Choir, conducted by Joe Miller, will be performing my Psalm 96 setting on their West Coast Tour. The choir is celebrating its centenary in 2020 and commissioned the piece to mark the milestone. (Dates below) Friday, January 10 • 7:30 p.m.Plymouth Church – United Church of ChristSeattle, WALEARN MORE Sunday, January 12 • 4Continue reading “Composer News 2020”
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Westminster Choir Premieres New Carey work
This past summer, Joe Miller, Director of Choral Activities at Westminster Choir College, commissioned a piece from me to celebrate the centenary of both the college and Westminster Choir. They will premiere my setting of Psalm 96 on November 9th in Massapequa, New York and November 10th in Princeton (Details below). Appear and Inspire: 100Continue reading “Westminster Choir Premieres New Carey work”
Ross Gay Songs Premiere Tomorrow at New Music Gathering
Soprano Sara Noble Tomorrow (May 13) at 1:30PM in Kobacker Hall, my Ross Gay Songs will be premiered by soprano Sara Noble and pianist Nadia Shpachenko as part of New Music Gathering 2017 , held this year at Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH). Pianist Nadia Shpachenko Program note Three Ross Gay Songs were composed while I was recuperating inContinue reading “Ross Gay Songs Premiere Tomorrow at New Music Gathering”
New Music Gathering
I am very pleased to share that soprano Sara Noble and pianist Nadia Shpachenko will be premiering my Ross Gay Songs at New Music Gathering on May 11 at 2:30. This year, NMG will be held at Bowling Green State University.
Performances this week
A couple performances of my work as we move into March. On Monday, February 27th, singing violist Wendy Richman performed my voice/viola piece “Cloths of Heaven” in Birmingham, Alabama at the Alabama Viola Society’s “Violapalooza” concert at Highlands United Methodist Church. The SoundCloud embed below is of her performance of the piece at Oberlin College in 2016. OnContinue reading “Performances this week”
Dark times: I’ve seen them aplenty and they no longer daunt me (for long). We will get through this dark time stronger, more alert, and more passionate than ever about how the arts matter to society. Move towards what you love: it will sustain you.
Quintet 2 (Live Audio)
From its premiere at Tulane University, here is the ECCE Ensemble performing my Quintet 2.